Dakota Access Pipeline, a victory for the Sioux tribe as court revokes permits
A federal court in Washington, D.C. has struck down the Dakota Access Pipeline, following years of campaigning by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe.
Freelance journalist, born in 1985. I have a degree in Communication Sciences, have worked with a number of news outlets at the local, national and international level. I am sensitive to environmental sustainability themes and have authored documentaries on the topic of soil consumption. I am an activist, my "cause" are landscapes, as well as a passionate musician.
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